Sarojini Nagar Market

Cheap clothing is the main draw of this market, which consists partly of kiosks strung along a road. Even though there are no changing rooms, the low prices for surplus export garments will convince you to buy without trying on. You can find low price Indian clothing and also Western items such as t-shirts and shorts. If the prices don't seem low enough don't be afraid to haggle, haggle, haggle! There is also a fruit and vegetable bazaar. Cash only.

Sarojini Nagar Market is the bazaar that is a must visit on the shopaholic’s itinerary. For bargain buys, inexpensive stuff of high quality and great deals Sarojini Nagar Market, called Sarojini Market by the locals is the hotspot. Clothes and costumes, accessories (such as footwear and shoes, belts, jewellery, handbags and leather ware), fabrics and textiles, home furnishing items such as sheets, covers and cases, wall hangings and decorative bric-a-brac are all held on display and are for sale at this colorful bazaar.

The vendors advertise their wares loudly. Bargaining is the norm here at the Sarojini Nagar Market. The wares are often sold at less than half the price asked for. High quality export surplus are often sold at inexpensive rates. Music is another much traded commodity here. The Music Shop at Khan Market, Rhythm Corner at South Extension, Blues in Defence Colony and Sheilma and Pyramids in Palika Bazar are the best places to locate just the music album/disc you wish to own. The lanes are lined with a number of colorful shops that display the choicest of wares out in the open. A famed fruits and vegetables market called the Subzi Market or Subzi Mandi is also encompassed by the Sarojini Nagar Market and sells fresh fruits and vegetables. Winter is the season where colorful vegetables of numerous varieties are displayed in heaps and priced by the weight.

Other attractions of shopping at the Sarojini Nagar Market, New Delhi include quaint little eateries and stalls selling the most delicious salads and chats, fruit mixes and ice creams, savories such as kachauris (fried bread balls) and other delights. Local entertainers such as folk performers are often found rendering song dance performances on the lanes of Sarojini Nagar Market. You may also wish to indulge yourself by getting impermanent tattoos or beautiful patterns of henna called mehandi by the local women here.
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